Obit: Knoll, Hulda
P. (1874 - 1938)
Contact: Audrey Roedl
Surnames: BRAUN KNOLL MUSKA GEHRKE DIETSCHE BLAUBACH SIPPI STUMPNER PETERS PUFAHL
----Sources: The Loyal Tribune 10 February 1938
Knoll, Hulda P. (16 JUL 1874 - 30 JAN 1938)
Hulda Pauline Braun was born at Berlin, Wis., on July 16, 1874. On March 14, 1897 she was united in marriage to George Knoll of the Town of Loyal. For nearly 41 years Mr. and Mrs. George Knoll had lived on their farm four miles northeast of Loyal, until she passed away Sunday, Jan. 30th. Cause of her death being paralysis.
The deceased was a member of the Trinity Ev. Lutheran Church of Loyal and also a member of the Ladies Aid and Missionary Society.
She is survived by her husband, a stepson, George Knoll, at home; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Lizzie Muska, at Irma; two sons, William Knoll, Wausau, and Clarence Knoll, Riplinger; three daughters, Mrs. Margaret Gehrke, Loyal, Mrs. Esther Dietsche, Spencer, and Mrs. Bertha Blaubach, Loyal; and the following brothers and sisters, William Braun, Poy Sippi, Herman Braun, Berlin, Ernest Braun, Fairwater, Louis Braun, Waupun, Henry Braun, Spencer, Mrs. J. Stumpner, Loyal; Mrs. Herman Peters, Appleton; Mrs. Fred Pufahl, Weyauwega, and Mrs. Ervin peters, Appleton.
Funeral services were held from the Lutheran church here at 2:00 P. M. last week Wednesday with interment in the Pine Grove cemetery, Rev. J. C. Langholz officiating.
Those who acted as pall bearers were Philip Capelle, Aug. Ehlert, Frank Lindekugel, John Habhegger, Oscar Lindekugel and Gust. Voight.
The flowers were in charge of Mrs. Frank Lindekugel, Mrs. Philip Capelle, Mrs. John Habhegger, Mrs. Wm. Pockrandt, Mrs. Oscar Lindekugel and Mrs. Fred Strege.
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